1. Preschool Art at the Children's Museum
Come by The Children’s Museum in Easton every Thursday starting on September 20 from 10 am to 11 am to enjoy the Preschool Art program! Children will be able to explore various art mediums as they are introduced to the colorful and creative world of art. They will become young artists as the learn how to make their own special masterpieces! Preschool Art does not require registration and is free with paid admission to the museum.
2. Boys' and Girls' Soccer South Sectional Semi-Finals
The Oliver Ames boys' and girls' soccer will play in the South Sectional Semi-Finals tonight.
The girls will play Needham at 5 p.m. at Bridgewater-Raynham High School.
The boys will play Weymouth at 7:15 p.m. at Taunton High School.
3. Easton Lions Next Generation Meeting
Easton Lions' new committee the "Next Generation Lions" is seeking new members 45 and under. With this committee, you will have the opportunity to create new events you, your family, and the community will enjoy together. We need innovative, creative minds ready to share and get active. Event ideas on the docket include competitive sport tournaments for adults, a Harbor Cruise, Family Movie Night, social outings around town, Coffee with Colleagues and much more!
Our first meeting/social open to new members will be Thursday, November 8th at 6pm at the RBC office located at 5 Bristol Drive; Easton, MA. Join us for some wine, beer, appetizers, and a fun time planning new, invigorating events for Easton. To be part of this wave, contact Kevin Martin (firstname.lastname@example.org 917.613.5328 ) or Courtney Pupkin ( email@example.com 617.290.7850 ).
4. Storm Debris Cleanup
NOTICE TO RESIDENTS: The Town of Easton Department of Public Works will temporarily accept Storm Debris at the Prospect Street Landfill located at 114 Prospect Street on the following days between the hours of 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM:
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3rd
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 9th
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 10th
Only normal Storm Debris consisting of limbs and brush will be accepted from Easton residents. No leaves or grass clippings will be accepted. Landscapers, tree companies, or commercial contractors WILL NOT be allowed to use this location regardless of where the debris was collected from.
This is a service for Easton residents to dispose of storm debris resulting from Hurricane Sandy. The Town will not be picking up debris from private property. Residents are asked not to drag debris to the side of the road. Storm debris determined to be from private property will not be removed. If you have any questions regarding storm debris, please call the Department of Public Works at (508) 230-0800.
5. Easton Firefighters Collecting Supplies for Sandy Victims
Looking to help Hurricane Sandy victims in the New York and New Jersey area? The Easton Fire Department is collecting supplies. Click here for more.